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Ok. Well I've read bunches of mixed reviews of some people saying a mouse will work with mac and others saying it won't. What mouse do you guys use that works best? I was looking at the Logitech MX revolution but was unsure.
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The logitech MX should work fine on your mac. I've been using a Microsoft wireless mouse for awhile and have had no problems.
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I use both an MS Intellimouse Explorer 2 and MS wireless notebook laser mouse 6000 without any problems.
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i have a logitech mx revolution, it works fine with mac os x. there is no install disk for the driver you have to download it off the web.(the website is provided)

i would definitely recommend the revolution.
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